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NaBCo Will Affect Economy Negatively – Economist

The Chief Executive Officer of the Institute of Certified Economists of Ghana Gideon Amissah has said the widely publicized Nation Builders Corps (NaBCo) programme will have a negative effect on the Ghanaian economy. He said jobs under Nabco are not sustainable and will not make the recruits productive. “I think …

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New KNUST Council To Be Sworn-in Today

The Governing Council of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) will be sworn into office today, Starrfmonline.com has gathered. However, only about six new members joining the council will be sworn in today while the remaining nine members, including representatives from the unions will not be sworn …

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New Teachers for Second Track Posted

Government has released the results and postings of graduates who applied online for teaching appointments into the various senior high schools across the country. Each of the recruited teachers has been given specific subjects to teach. A statement from the Ghana Education Service said candidates who were successful in the …

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GETFUND Targets School Infrastructure Development – Prof. Dominic Fobi

The Board Chairman for GETFUND who was also  Education Minister under the Kuffour Regime, Prof. Dominic Kwaku fobi has said that, the $500m that is allocated for the completion of GETFUND project  has targeted school infrastructure that are 30% to 100%  completion thus library, Laboratories, Dining walls, etc. to help …

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Dissolution of KNUST Board Long Overdue – Alhaji Opass

The Eastern Regional Deputy Communication Director of the ruling New patriotic Party, NPP who doubles as the acting Nation Builders Corps,  NABCO coordinator in the eastern Region, Alhaji Opass has said the dissolution of the KNUST Council Board should have been earlier than now.   Speaking on Radio1Fm 100.7HMZ, Susubiribi …

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UTAG Warns Politicians to Stay Away From the KNUST Impasse

The National President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), Dr. Eric Opoku Mensah has sent a strong caution to political actors to stay away from the impasse at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) campus and allow the University and it’s structured to bring this …

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A 7 Member Interim Council To Bring Normalcy At KNUST Inaugurated

Government has dissolved the KNUST Council and, in its stead, put in place a 7-member Interim Council. It has also directed that the University reopens within fourteen days to enable academic work to continue. The Interim Council, chaired by Nana Effah Apenteng, Paramount Chief of the Bompata Traditional Area, has …

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KNUST To Re-Open In Two Weeks Time – Deputy Education Minister

The Deputy Education Minister,  Dr Yaw Adutwum has revealed that Students of  Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, would go back to school in the next 14 days. According to Hon. Dr. Adutwum, Government has inaugurated a an interim Council Board to see to resolving the misunderstanding between …

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KNUST Students Erred – Educationist

A renowned Educationist in Ghana, Mr Daniel Oppong believes the KNUST Students Erred in their decision to embark on demonstration yesterday, October 22, 2018 which led to the destruction of a whole lot of properties some being personal properties of individuals and others belonging to the state.   Mr Daniel …

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KNUST Faces Indefinite Close Down

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, who is in the News today is facing an indefinitely closure till further notice. This was due to the massive vandalism that accompanied the so called peaceful demonstration that turned out to be rowdy and called for police and military intervention. …

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